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. >> and the questions about safety it raises tonight. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. live at johns hopkins hospital in east baltimore wheee the gunman opened disagree it happened this morning in the nelson building. main hospital tower at the complex. it ended with a doctor shot. the gunman's mother deaddand the gunman killing himself. -> the ordeal played out overr3 several hours, joy lepola takes us through step by step, what happened. >> all start runninn,,and they %-the 8th floor.g happened on >> a guuman creates panic. inside of one of the most prominent hospitals in the nation.ú as he shhots a doctor inside johns hopkiis. >> he said that there was a guy ú% a rampage running around the hospitallwith a gun. >> outside of the hospital, officers quickly cordoned off streets. >> need thhm on the other side. >> police helicopter ccrcles the scene. as johns hopkins goes inno lockdown, workers find themselves trapped and told to find a safe place to hidd. >> they are all locked in the apparently everybody is locked down. they cannot move. >> my area is well secured. so i s
:00. >> good evening, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. right now hurricaae earl is a eastern coast of the u.s.g the >> the storm is thheatening ne the country.populated areas of as the holiday weekend is about to begin. chief meteorologist vytas reid joins us in a few minutes ith the latess information n where the storm will go. and keith daniels joins uu with a look at the preparations being made across the state. >> weather conditions are getting worse as we speak as earl gets closer. banks of north carolina where people are already evacuated %-there.eeof the islands down but we begin in maryland. %-ocean city.anding by live in jeff, whht is it like out thhre aa this hour?ú >>well, right now, all eyes are on the shoreline here in ocean city. this storm is expected to whip through the area b 3:000in the morning and 3:00 in the afternoon. and whhle city leaders don't expect devastation, they do expect damage. >> by mid afternoon, only surfers were allowed in the waters of ocean city. ú%ange is on the way. >> you can feel it in the water before you feel it outside. >> at
in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> good evening, i am jennifer gilbert. >> anddi am jeff barnd. what you are seeinggon the radar behind sus what remains of tropical storm nicole. >> storm drenched other places.3 and may have willed one child as it moved through the tropics. when flood waters swept away a home. it cut roads and washed out bridges on other islands as well. as tropical storm nicole moved toward florida it lost steam. but had aalot of rain. the wet weather made doing -nything outside in florida >> now tonight, we're getting ready for a lot of rain. keith daniels is standing by live in north baltimore where the city prepaaes for what could be six inch ofs of rain in some pllces. hello keith. >> jeff, good evening. city is working to avoid flooding. they have been busy clearing storm drains like this one. in fact, tonight they say the best defense residents have and trash can. >> at the corner of south followton and coallstreet. >> the rain cannot get it. it floods. >> city work crews are busy unclogging storm drains on mannings bbock, clearing gutters %-debris.th tr
this >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. worms found in candyy at a gibbs store at one of baltimore renowned hospitals. >> karen parks is 2004 tell us the person thattate it was a 14-year-old chhld. >> thaa's right jennifer and -eff. teenager went to johnsshhpkins outpatient center for a routine exam. >> we weee at the hospital.elly3 >> tuesday morning, dannel boyd took his daughter and son to the outpatient center for a routine exam. >> went to the gift shop, and got three little, 15-cent resees cups. >> ate 1 and then another. %-the candy.ide of the top of %-just burrowing in the candy.p. >> father opened up the third piece of candy. this is what he found. >> i always thooght that the hospital was a clean place you could go. you know, and stuff like that >> i got real sick. and i started like haviig diarrhea and throwing up. abdominal pain. >> charlotte was diagnosed with food poisoning and told to stay out of school for three days. gift shhp and spoke with antal employee. >> well she said okay, weecheck and all the dan candy hat they had had worms innthem. >> a spok
, this is >> helloo i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. first on fox tonight.ú office with a $28,000 facelift. taapayers footed the bill last year. but only now are we learning details of the pricy renovation. >> in the waste watch report. jeff abell said it raises new questions about a city that has %-broke.plained it is indeed >> for a city in crisis. >> this is nice. >> this is $28,000 of ax dollars at work. >> nice shower. look at that. >> whose office is this? >> it belongs to the city. but it looks like no other city office. when david scott became director of the city's public works department two years ago, lans to renovate his 400 square foot office got underway. while the city was shopping for of stack stone, mayor was wall preaching hard times. >> one day trash pickup, one day recycling. if ttat doesn't pass,,then we will talk about additional layoffss >> tte city may have cut serrices but there was o stopping the renovation. when it was over, the city had paid more than $12,000 for the furniture. almost 1000 for the zebra print rug and stack stone $1100. for taxpay
jennifer gilbert. there is outrage tonight over the outcome of an animal abuse case. man man accused of beating a dog to death is ordered to work with animals. jeff abell is live at the spca with the details. jeff? >>well, the court ordered at boozer to spend 50 hours, working right here at the spca. but tonight, direetors here say that abuser is not welcome..3 >> that's a great dog. >> at the spca, there are 500 people that volunteer for the lovv of animals. but recently they learned that an animal abuser was ordered to work here oo. >> we were shocked. ú% last monthh police arrested derrick chambers and charged im aaout the bloody beating death of a miniature pinscher, o much evidence animal rights activists considered the case a slam dunk. >> n this case all the pieces were in place. arrest, confession. and a muuilated dog in a bag. four years in prison, and insteaa they agreed to drop all charges, if he performed 50 %-at the spca.nnty service here a decision that left animal advocates shaking their heads. ever send a convicted co-child mow lesser to the boy scouts to do comm
:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff jeff. hurricane earl is a category, for and tonight a hurricane wwtch is in effect for most of the north carolina coast line. >> but first, eevacuations from the outer banks egin at 5:00 tomorrow morning. tourists asked to leave some islands. people in maryland are getting ready for the storm. and as kathleen cairns reports, it has lifeguards in ocean city on red alert. >> hurricane earl is alreadyy3 makinngwwves. >> you have to hold myyfinger very hard. >> the powerful surf is pounding the beach in ocean city. juss ask joolin..3 powerful under toes are mothee nature's first hint that a hurricane is movinn up the -oast. dangerous rip currents, are aaready causing big trouble. >> just north of our pier here, area of small rip current. >> a swimmer close to being sucked into the channel. >> the lifeguard was on top of it. saw what wws going on. blows the whistle. directs them out of the dangerous area. >> it is scene that keeps on repeating. but they are past thh end of it. kind of fading it 8 w generally if there are rip currents or
in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 0:00. >> hell low, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. 24 alarm fires in west baltimore. ten row homes up in smoke. >> happened minutes apprt less3 than one quarter of a mile away today's weather mmy have played a key role in the blazes. karen parks is currently in west baltimoree and tells us no onee3 was hhrt. but these fires are still under investigation tonight. karen? >> that'' right jeff. innestiggtors are still here, on the scene. -ou mentioned earlier, in the intro, you talked abouu high winds. windy right now. just imagine what it was like a now, the fire started right here. you can sse all the debris left. after three homes caught on fire. the blaze then spread, across the street. i will try to get over here to show you. these five row homes, went up in flames, and it did not stop here. and investors say high winds could be a factor. but will not confirm. 5 ell you. as for neighbors. it was a iasco none will forget. >> it is crazy. you got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. seven firee. >> flames tear down homes. >> in the
. >> reporter: a married couple, robert and jennifer bathes, who lived several miles away on erica drive for some reason had driven to this neighborhood in their ford sport utility vehicle. neighbors at the crime scene said a dea agent walking his dogs encountered the couple and saw robert baits holding a gun to his head. he turned the gun towards the unarm agent who backed away. jennifer baits ride to get out of the car and that's when the shots rang out. the agent started shouting loudly enough to shout to his neighbors. >> he was saying why did you kill her, why did you have to kill her. it call 911. >> the gunman shot himself in the head. >> when the federal agent got back to the scene, both the victim and the shooter were down. the agent kicked away the man's handgun just in case. local police arrived shortly thereafter. >> robert baits, the shooter was dead at the scene. his wife was transport today a local hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival. police had been called to the baits home on erica drive on june 26th for a domestic dispute which resulted in the arrest of th
. as fox 5's jennifer davis reports the gender gap is the 14th higher in the country and higher than the national gap as well. >> reporter: women are celebrated at the dairy god mother in delray. >> thank you. >> they are working in all parts of the popular frozen custard shop which is owned by and named after a woman. >> i didn't think about it that way when i first started out. but yes, i am the dairy god mother. >> reporter: liz davis is proud to say there is no gender gap at her operation. but not shocked to hear there is a big one outside her store. >> i am not surprised at that gap. i think it will continue to improve and improve as time goes by. >> reporter: according to a new report women in virginia earn an average of 81 cents for every dollar that men earn. that difference is larger than in most other states. >> for the same job, they ought to get the same pay. >> reporter: but they don't. the commonwealth institute says the hourly wage gap between the sexes in virginia in 2008 was $3.59. for the merely median income that works out to a difference of nearly $16,000 a year.
wbff tv in baltimore, this is -ox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbertt first tonight. breaking news out oo south baltimore. what you are seeing is a seen of a triple shoot, 10th and snow three men shot. two shot in the stomach. one in the leg. and no worddon their conditioos tonight. gunman. >> well, thh gun fire at johns hopkins, last week, caused evacuations and lock downs. >> paul pardus would shoot a doctor, mother and turn the gun on himself. police,,there were obviously a lot of people in the hospittl. >> kathleen cairns brings us the story of one of those people, trappee in a room, close to a killer. >> when a ggnman fired shoos on the eighth floor of johns hopkins hoopital, deb mckeever was down the hall. >> we kept the door shut. >> kind of loud noise. >> she was with her mother-in--aw. a patient. along with two therapists, and a nurse. craaked the door open aad then he shut the door and saiddthere is a shooter in the hall. get down. >> immediately, he got doww and started to put the chairs that, door. and he told us to get down. and
wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. jennifer gilbert is off tonight. unusual scene near a ú%ndallstown suuermarket. balttmore counny police shot a man behaving erratically. happened at the kings point square shopping center. melinda roeder explained as soon as the first officer showed up at the scene. >> we were going that way to the market. and we could not get in.3 >> early morning shoppers were surprised to find so many police, in the parking lot of the shopping center. all began with a call to 911. someone said there was a suspicious man roaming around. >> the subject appeared to be emotionally disturbed. he was distraught. >> when the first officer tried to get ouu of his car. but the suspect stopped him. >> the suspect immediately %-started to attack the officer. there eventually was a struggle, over the officee's weapon. >> the officer tried to ussehis car door as a shield. when a second officer showed upp he shot the suspect, twice in the chest. >> it doesn'' make sense the crime is getting so bad. >> investigators spent hours process
be it will be steven tyler or randy. jennifer's too, too nice. >> i think niceness is never a bad thing and i, it it's great there is going to be more nice. >> reporter: how season 10 plays out, no one knows. >> the chemistry is fantastic between them. >> reporter: travis orlando, the day's final performer, was the last to find out. >> i'll wait as long as it takes to see the judges and that is a once-in-a-lifetime thing. >> reporter: the judge's impressions of the jersey city auditions? >> they were on fire and spunky and crazy and over-the-top. >> reporter: very east coast, jennifer lopez chimed in, coming from the native new yorker. you hope that is a good thing. sherry lee, fox 5 news. >>> back to the wet weather we're experiencing all over the region and viewers sending in their weather photos. picture showing how much trouble the weather is caution. look at the backyard filling up with water and there is a person standing out there and i can't really see the person and the person said the house is at the bottom of the hit and -- hill and heading to deal, maryland, now n anne arundel county and
in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, his is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. tomorrow two doctors will fight to gee back their license to practice medicine. >> they were apparently involved ii an abortion, that crossed state lines. and ended with a young woman being flown to shock trauma. >> john rydell tells us tonight police have uncovered very disturbing evidence in this particular case. >> on main street in elkton, most folks know the lawyers and family doctors. but few knew much aaout this unmarked abortion clinic. until now. >> i was shocked. i wonder how many underage victims have been involved. >> police saa their probe began when a man and woman dressed in hospital scrubs showed up at the er of union hospital. >> a injured female brought into the hospital in a private vehicle by two doctors. she had injjries unknown to them. >> police learned the 18-year-old woman had initially sought an abortion in vorhees3 new jersey but the doctor had theewoman transported by car to cecil county to complete the procedure. but her co
is really taking action. jennifer franciotti has more. >> a bake sale in howard county to raise money for the american heart association. >> raising money for a great cause, everyone knows how important raising money for heart research is. we love that we can do it. >> the local firm is one of dozens of community organizations gearing up for this and they start off at centennial park. it raises funds for research to fight heart disease and stroke. >> we will have a kids' area and an area for people bringing in their dogs out. we will have heart health screenings at an area for survivors to come out. >> lisa bell is one such a rubber. she was born with congenital heart condition. -- lisa bell is one such survivor. >> i had a pacemaker put in in 2000 and was reared like -- replaced in 2006. i had to have might by about replaced again. >> you don't have to pay for registration. lisa can tell you how important any small donation is when it comes to setting up a life. >> the people that come to walk and the people that donate money are actually the true life savers. all the research and al
are intimidated by the technology. jennifer franciotti has tonight's report. >> people come in and say they have to comply with the law. i don't know how i would get this done. >> with the clock ticking, handsfree devices are flying off the shelves at stores like best buy. with so many options, it is hard to know what is right for you. our intern lauren has not gone handsfree yet, and she is helping us check out some of bluetooth options, and earpiece and a visor mounted speaker. most also within the last few years are bluetooth compatible. -- most phones sold within the last years are bluetooth compatible brigance is working out well. >> all you do is press the enter button. it will answer the call and go up through the speaker phone or the bluetooth earpiece. >> i am able to have both hands on the wheel, and your coming in really clear. i have the windows down and i can still hear you. >> that is really good news. which devised the like better? a surprisingly, i like the earpiece better. >> elliot says that is not surprising. there are options in every price range when it comes to earpieces. >
barnd. >> and iiam jennifer gilbert. a man accused of executing a stranger is back behind bars. >> james king allowed to walk the street for one week, evenú though he waa charged with murder. >> as crime and justice joy lepola tells us, there are two -aailies outraged tonight. >> he did not do this, and i know he did not..3 >> the mother of suspected killer james king,,leaves court outraged. it ollows a judge's decision to revoke king's bail. >> he is not a cold blooded the bad part is that they are not looking for the real killer. police wann to olve the case, and close it, because they got so many murders already. >> king was held without bail iniiially. then the attorney asked he judge for reconsider. bail was set at $$ million. king walked out of jail, a free man, evvn though he had been charged with murder. >> in this case, there was no hearing. the statt did not have notice. out.e acted as soon as we found >> for nearly a weeks the family of calvin yyung lived in fear. ú%ung's family talked with us3 aboot t, from new jersey. >> whether the decision, we were very worried about
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